This isn’t a Photoshopped post – those are these animals’ natural colors! Most animals land somewhere along the black, brown or yellow color spectra, but not these strangely-colored animals! Their unexpected colors illustrate that nature has a far more colorful and diverse color palette than you might have realized.
If there are any strangely colored animals that you think we missed, add them to our list! The only rule is that their color has to be natural. And don’t forget to vote for your favorites!
If you’ve never given any thought to where your Halloween pumpkin carving skills might take you, you might not have heard of John Neill, a famous sculptor and pumpkin carving master who creates some of the best Halloween pumpkin carvings we’ve ever seen.
Neill, who is now a member of the Laguna College of Art and Design, began his career in movies as an artist for clients like Michael Jackson, Jurassic Park, and Universal Studios.
He will be holding a live pumpkin carving demonstration on Sunday, Oct. 26th at the Laguna Beach College of Art and Design, so if you’re in California then, be sure to check out their link!
Sometimes its fun, but sometimes its hard work, let me tell you. Hope you like what we are doing, we will keep going for the whole first year of my life!
Mashups and hybrids are no stranger to the Internet, and yet we’re still finding ourselves saying “WTF?” to some of the creepy combos that should never be stitched together.
I stepped up the weird, creating this strange series of creatures crossed with fruits and vegetables named “Animal Food.”
We’re not sure if we could actually stomach eating a bananake. Either way, I love these strange new members of the food chain.
The Lego Company is based out of Denmark, and the word Lego comes from the Danish word Leg Godt which means “play well”. 7 LEGO sets are being sold by retailers every second around the world, and more than 400 billion LEGO bricks have been already produced since 1949. Stacked on top of each other, this is enough to connect the Earth and the Moon ten times over!
The number of combinations you can build are practically endless. With just six 8-stud LEGO bricks you can build over 102 million combinations! Multiply it by different possible LEGO uses and you get unlimited possibilities!
If you travel a lot, you’ve probably noticed that signs are almost identical in every country you visit. That’s not a surprise – they are usually made in a way that everyone could understand them independent of nationality, and not get into a trouble.
However, you will always notice even the slightest change in size or color if it differs from your home town. Of course, slight differences in color and shape is nothing compared to the funny signs you are about to see, because people’s stupidity (creativity?) around the world knows no bounds.
Animators think that a line here and a line there is nothing wrong when creating a cartoon character?
While you might be used to seeing odd-shaped cartoon character faces on TV – somehow I doubt that you would want to meet anyone with such physiognomies in the real world. Thank god we can safely take a look at how cartoon characters would look in the real life without ever meeting these pervert-looking monsters.
Do you know what is the safest way to travel? It’s online traveling – when you sit comfortably on a coach browsing the pictures.
So, let’s take a little virtual tour to the heart of the Xochimilco’s canals, Mexico. There we will find a strange little island called “Isla de Las Munecas” where most of the trees are decorated with old creepy dolls.Â According to legend, three young girls were playing in the island when one drowned. Now when you walk here – you may get a feeling that you’re being constantly watched.
Birds are social animals – they communicate using visual signals, calls and songs, participate in social behaviors including cooperative breeding and hunting, flocking, and mobbing of predators. Unfortunately, we rarely get to see these fascinating moments of their lives, but thanks to photographers we can finally get closer to them (especially with big, heavy 500mm lenses running for between $5,000 and $9,000).
The time between the wars – the Great War and WW2 was one of great loss and uncertainty, but also one of invention, creativity and new ideas. The horrors of WWI shattered enlightenment belief that progress would continue and reason would prevail. New ideas and patterns of life developed in the 1920’s and in the way that people looked at the world